Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 Ã· 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.

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A set of practice problems requiring proficiency in multiplication facts. There are some multiple choice problems as well in this worksheet.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Follow a rule and apply it to complete a multiplication table. There are some problems to check the facts that you have learned by now. Find unknowns in a statement.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Complete a large multiplication table having multiplication of facts through 12. Identify patterns in it. Supplement your skills by filling in the missing numbers in patterns.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Use multiplication facts that you mastered to multiply multi-digit numbers. Find the missing number in a multiplication sentence using your knowledge of these facts.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Complete the multiplication tables by using patterns and facts. Interpret a data table and solve the word problem using the same.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Practice extending multiplication facts of 2 single digit numbers to larger numbers that are multiples of 10s and 100s.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

More practice problems where you will use facts and patterns to multiply a multi-digit number with a two digit numbers. Complete multiplication tables using them.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Solve for the unknown in a multiplication equation. Apply your knowledge of multiplication facts and patterns to solve for the missing number. Work with data.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Apply multiplication facts and patterns to 2-digit by multi-digit multiplication. One term in the product is multiple of 10 and the other is multiple of 10, 100, or 1000.

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Division patterns are similar to multiplication patterns, just in an inverse way. Familiarize yourself with division facts and patterns in this worksheet.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Use facts and division patterns to find the quotient. Find the missing number in a division sentence. Worksheet also has a multiple choice problem to help with test preparation.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**

Start using an unknown algebraic variable in a division sentence. Find this missing number using division patterns. Solve a few word problems to sharpen your skills.

Core Standard: **4.NBT.A.1**